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The Challenge.gov website has undergone a recent redesign and upgrade. You will need to reset your password to log into your account. Here's how:

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And, Challenge.gov is taking extra steps to protect your security. Now, when you log in, we'll send you a code to verify your access to safeguard your accounts. Welcome back, and welcome to the new Challenge.gov!

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